Harry Wolff

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Vlog: Deep Dish Pizza and MongoDB World 2017

Last month I had the pleasure to attend MongoDB World 2017. It was my first time attending a conference as an organizer rather than an attendee. It was a lot of fun seeing behind the scenes. Getting a feel for all the work that is required to run a successful conference was a…
July 23, 2017
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Creating YouTube Travel Vlogs

In March I went to San Francisco for a week to attend a conference and for vacation. I had a great time seeing friends and exploring San Francisco. While there I took a lot of photos and a lot of videos. I have always taken a lot of photos wherever I go, however a recent trend…
May 21, 2017
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Cornbread Video for Thanksgiving

For Thanksgiving 2015 I made some home made cornbread. It was my first time making cornbread, and since it's not the most challenging of recipes I figured it'd be fun to record myself making it. So I took out my iPhone, stuck it on a gorilla pod, and hit record. What came out of…
December 6, 2015
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One Year Of Selfies

For the past year, at around noon everyday, you would see me take out my phone and snap a selfie. Everyday you'd see me do this. Most people thought I was just posing for a selfie, but when they saw me do it again the next day, and the day after they'd get curious and ask what…
June 26, 2015
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Chartbeat Presents at Front-end Meetup

Last Thursday Chartbeat hosted the Frontend Innovators Meetup group at our office. The focus was Angular.js , and my co-workers and I had the good fortune of being presenters. Our goal was to share some of the experiences and insights we’ve gained over the past year working…
July 31, 2014
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Best Buy's Super Bowl Ads

Did you see Best Buy's Super Bowl ads last night? If you haven't, you should give them a watch. They feature the creators of Instagram, Shazam, and Square to name a few. Tastefully done and a joy to see.
February 6, 2012
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Mesmerizing Video of a Washing Machine Destruction

I'm not sure why I felt so uncomfortable while watching this video. Perhaps it was due to the somewhat human face of the washing machine. I couldn't look away as it slowly destroyed itself, at times proud, at times scared. The machines are alive I tell ya.
February 1, 2012
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Former Fleet Foxes Drummer's New Music Video

Former Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman just released his first music video off his band's upcoming album. His band's name is Father John Misty and the album is called 'Fear Fun`. It's not out till later this year however. Until then enjoy this music video starring Aubrey Plaza…
February 1, 2012
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Apple Releases iBooks 2 With Textbook Support

Today Apple released iBooks 2 with support for textbooks. Along with this announcement they showed off a new video describing why they created support for textbooks and how they went about doing so. The video is typical Apple quality: endearing and uplifting. Overlook the…
January 19, 2012
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Trailer for Sleigh Bells Second Album Released

I was a big fan of Sleigh Bells' first album . The raw sounds and fast beats let the album become one of my summer favorites, a record I could put on and play from start to finish as I drove around with my windows down. It just so happens that Sleigh Bells released a trailer…
December 2, 2011
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Anti-Meth PSAs Shot by Darren Aronofsky

Darren Aronofsky is a terrific director, able to capture obscene moments of human existence on film that make you cringe. So it comes to no surprise that the Anti-Meth PSAs he directed are equally disturbing as his films. Watch the first ad below. Warning: it's very disturbing…
November 16, 2011
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Occupy Wall Street in New York City

Over the weekend I was in New York City with my girlfriend for my birthday present: a wine and pizza tasting class at New York Vintners . It was an awesome present. We each got served 7 glasses of wine paired with 3 different flat-bread pizzas. The wine was great and the pizza…
October 18, 2011
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Stand-up Comedy

Comedy is a funny thing. I don't mean that in an overly punny and witty way but the goal of comedy is to get people to laugh. I love getting people to laugh. Growing up I was pretty interested in theater. I took part in a good handful of plays growing up: some were school…
August 5, 2011
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I've wanted to start doing a vlog of sorts here for a while. You know, get myself in front of the camera, show off my face, my diction, my facial expressions. I tried once before a while ago but the result ended up being far too messy to make public. I'm intent on trying again…
April 7, 2011
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Working Toward Becoming A Workaholic

Although seemingly antithetical to a healthy lifestyle, I'm in the process of cultivating an addiction to work. This has the end goal of assigning myself the label 'workaholic', with the hoped for side-effect being an increase in works created, produced, and ultimately visible…
November 22, 2010
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A Beautiful Nikon D7000 Video Montage

Last night I stayed up way too late to finish putting together my second compilation of footage from my Nikon D7000. The previous one I rushed to finish, leaving it in many ways incomplete and not up to my satisfaction. This new video that I put together uses the same source…
November 5, 2010
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Facebook Anxiety and More Nikon D7000 Videos

I read a post the other day that links posted to Facebook in the morning perform the best, i.e. they are more prominently displayed on other friends' news feeds, thus getting seen more and subsequently (it is the hope) being clicked on the most. For the past two days I've been…

Week of Links 014 & 015

This is a double-featured Week of Links because I'm so late getting it online. This covers this past week, and the week before that one. As you can tell these posts are becoming harder to keep on top of, and as such I am going to have to put my 'Week of Links' on hiatus for a…

Week of Links 013

I know it's late. Life's getting busy. You should be able to enjoy what I've found for you here. Let me know what you like best. Also I'm sure you've noticed the new 'Week of Links' graphic. Courtesy of Rachel. Thanks Rachel. :) The Many Reasons We Procrastinate, Including…

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The Latest Galaxy Tab Video Spot Makes A Solid Case For the 7-inch Android Tablet Looks pretty spiffy. I don’t think I would take this over my iPad but it definitely shows what future Android tablet computers may be like. Something that definitely has my interest. Pot Growers…

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We made it to 10! Wooooo!! Trailer: Ready, Set, Bag! Trailer for an upcoming film that focuses on the National Grocers Association’s Best Bagger competition. And yes that competition exists and is real, and yes I want to compete. 102 year old lens on a Canon 5DmkII For you…
September 22, 2010
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Think the Answer’s Clear? Look Again - Medical Statistics Who knew medical statistics could be so interesting? I certainly didn’t. Did you know Academy Award winners are likely to live longer? Interesting stuff in this here article. Have a read. Arcade Fire – “We Used To…

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How to make a famous Sci-fi/Fantasy writer happy Best thing of the week. By far. You won’t be able to beat it. Seriously. 20 Things I've Learned From Traveling Around the World for Three Years I’m envious of this man’s past three years. It’s one thing to be able to travel…

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“Guy Walks Across America” in Viral YouTube Video Here’s the newest and latest viral video to hit the Internet. Although simple in concept the execution took in total two full weeks to produce. Give it a watch to see something cool and to keep up to date on the latest viral…

Life as an Unemployed College Graduate

Life is all sorts of slow right now. Ever since I finished my college degree I’ve been reveling in the glow of unemployment and pet-projects. It’s a glow that doesn’t waver, however it was never all too bright to begin with. Just a week after I clocked my final hour of…